We’re all pretty big fans of comedy here in The Flickcast offices. From our love of this year’s Hot Tub Time Machine, to our obsession with shows like Community, Modern Family, and The Big Bang Theory. One show that has also grown on us since its first season is Comedy Central’s Tosh.0.
The show is an internet clip show, but unlike The Soup or its G4 cousin, Web Soup, this one is hosted by one of the funnier comedians working today, Daniel Tosh. For its second season, Comedy Central announced that they were giving Tosh.0 a whopping 25 episodes, which is more than the cable network normally gives a show, let alone in its sophomore season. From a recent press release, it seems that their decision has paid off.
“Tosh.0” is currently in its second season which consists of 25 episodes (nine aired from January 13 through March 10, 2010) with new episodes returning on Wednesday, June 2 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT helmed by newly appointed executive producer Charlie Siskel.
The second season of “Tosh.0” is averaging 1.8 million total viewers and is the most watched show in its time slot among Men 18-24 and Men 18-34. Since the first season, ratings have enjoyed a meteoric rise in the following demos: Persons 18-49: +83%; Men 18-34 +85%; Men 18-24 +84%.
New episodes start back up in June, and you can expect to see season 3, which will consist of at least 29 episodes, grace the airwaves on January 12th.